There’s a certain amount of pressure that comes with being a security reporter and agreeing to get scored on a phishing test for all to see.
Granted, in real life, you never know when you’re being tested by real-life cybercriminals trying to get you to click on a link or open an attachment. That can happen any time. But it was nevertheless reassuring to learn that I scored a nine out of 10 after being quizzed on whether a sample email was or wasn’t a phishing attempt.
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